For 0, though, we would expect more up-to-date mobile software and an easier setup process.A new app is in the works that could make this one more competitive.D-Link aims for the budget-minded with this 0 model, but unfortunately that shows in the product quality.(The same model sells in the UK for about £80, and in Australia for AU0.) Low 640x480-pixel resolution, unreliable motion and sound detection and a broken notification system make this camera a nonstarter.The camera is very easy to install and its related app is easy to navigate.Opt-in to Amazon's optional fee-based cloud service to access additional features and to store your event-based video clips for more than 24 hours.The D-Link DCS-2630L indoor security camera has a 180-degree field of view.This model also supports local storage via a micro SD card (up to 128GB, not included).
Control two light switches and keep an eye on a room or hallway with its 1080p HD camera.In our testing it regularly sent phantom alerts in 2- to 3-second intervals and there were sometimes significant delays between receiving a motion or sound alert and being able to review the saved clip in the app.We also consistently received error messages when adjusting alert settings.In addition to its live video feed, the related D-Link app also gives you access to motion and sound detection, as well as the current energy consumption, ambient temperature, humidity, light and air quality. The D-Link Omna is the first Apple Home Kit security camera.That means the Omna works in the Home i OS app, as well as D-Link's own app.